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Free Social Emotional Learning Poster: Feelings Check-In & Coping Tools



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Download our free feelings check-in and coping tools poster for kids.  A great visual support that reminds students to check-in with their emotions and make helpful choices. Hang in your classroom, hallway bulletin board, school counseling office or home.  Works great as a tool in calm down corners and break spaces, too! Best of all, this emotion chart tool provides clear visual supports, making it great to use with emerging readers.  


The emotions included are:

The feelings featured in this check-in are: lonely, disappointed, sad, silly, excited, hyper, frustrated, annoyed, angry, tired, sick, and hungry.  In addition, the emotions include worried, anxious, scared, happy, calm. focused, shy, confused, embarrassed, brave, proud, and hopeful.


The calming strategies in this perfect for calm corners poster are:

The coping tools featured in this free SEL resource are not only developmentally appropriate for kids, but also work great in an elementary school setting.

  • Take deep breaths.
  • Treat myself and other with kindness.
  • Create art or build something.
  • Use positive self-talk.
  • Ask for help.
  • Exercise.
  • Focus on the good.
  • Stretch or do yoga.
  • Brainstorm solutions and try again.
  • Get a drink of water.
  • Take a break.
  • Talk or write about it.


You may also enjoy our free feeling check-in scales, too!


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Free, Coping Skills + Self-Regulation, Social Emotional Tools, Classroom + Office Decor

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During school closures I usually provide print copies to students or share images on screen. Love all of Wholehearted school counseling resources.

-Shelley W.

June 2, 2021, TPT Review 



This is a great, compact list of possible feelings and reactions. Your ‘feelings faces’ are realistic depictions of real life feelings. I recently started working on emotional reactions with a student and this has been great to talk about “if you feel ____, you can ____.

-Valeri H.

January 26, 2021, TPT Review 



My son had overwhelming behavior support at school then we went to remote learning. I made a book for him to help with regulating his behaviors as having some independence. This is a perfect addition to that!

-Laura C.

September 8, 2020, TPT Review